In two previous papers, we discussed the possible origin of Quantum Mechanics from a contradiction between the space-time geometry as seen locally at the preonic level inside vacuum, and the macroscopic space-time used in standard physics. The implications of the spinorial space-time (SST) at cosmic and local levels were given particular attention and were used as a mathematical illustration, but other possibilities were also considered. This crucial role of preon dynamics naturally includes a possible superbradyonic structure of vacuum, with a preonic critical speed much larger than the speed of light c . We discuss here the expected role of superluminal preons inside the physical vacuum in connection with entanglement and the violation of Bell inequalities.
Based on material contributed to the ICNFP 2015 Conference, Kolymbari, Crete, August 23-30, 2015